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Trevor Boucher Sep 22
Why haven't I thought to do this??? Thanks Taylor and ! I may have to follow your lead this week for ! 🧏‍♂️
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UK Deaf Sport May 11
Some more sport related signs that anyone can learn!
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Summer 💫 May 10
The girls in this video have done amazingly! They were keen to support the campaign and learnt their signs in no time at all, all to raise awareness for . Lets make our game inclusive. I hope you are encouraged and inspired x
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Angela Walker May 13
Please join us this Sunday to have a discussion surrounding the rights of the disabled community. This topic effects so many of us personally, from ourselves, to friends and family. (ASL interpreters will be in attendance)
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NWS Wilmington NC Sep 24
Many people don't know this. Keep accessibility in mind!
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Mad Cave Studios Sep 23
Continuing with we want to bring to your attention. Their goal is to "make hearing healthcare services more accessible for people around the world." We ask, if you are able to, to please take the time and donate to them!
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Mad Cave Studios Sep 24
We are proud of the diverse characters in Pantomime that reflect the world today. So for we want bring to your attention. They are the "leading advocacy organization for thousands of Black Deaf & Hard of Hearing in the US"
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Andra Sonea May 14
Seven years ago I wrote this for . I re-post it as a reminder to those who feel like going out and “taking covid-19 in the chin”, that viruses can damage your health and change your life forever.
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Solace Women's Aid Sep 23
Isolation for D/deaf women was an issue before uk but now, survivors are more isolated than ever increasing their risk for abuse. Providing qualified sign language interpreters is essential to access information and to services.
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Shout 85258 May 7
Around 2% of our Texters report that they are Deaf or hard of hearing. This we'd like to give a big shoutout to our partner who work to improve Deaf people's health and wellbeing💙 If you find yourself feeling overwhelmed text Deaf to 85258
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Children of the Glades--on hiatus Sep 22
Ms. Ann recently received another library award for her incredible library service. Y'all can't imagine how much she's done & continues to do for so many of us & our communities. 🤟
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Holy Family School for the Deaf Sep 23
In Orla's class today we talked about the importance of being proud of our beautiful inclusive language. We believe we can achieve anything.
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FoodStandardsScot May 7
We’ve published a British Sign Language (BSL) version of our information on Coronavirus (COVID-19) in relation to food. Find it here:
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Cornwall Netball May 11
Ever wondered what it's like to play netball when you're deaf?🤔It was last week, and this vid is from Esme, who's 18, been part of pathway + , and is profoundly deaf. "Being deaf hasn't stopped me playing the sport I love."❤️
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Digital Eagles May 8
We're learning British Sign Language so we can help more people in the communities we live and work in develop digital skills. Emma taught us the colours recently, have a go yourself.
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Woodside High School May 7
We love this message from Jay who used to say a big thank you to the & all 👏 👏 👏
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Knotty Ash Primary May 6
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James Watson-O'Neill May 10
Incredible that is willing to exclude so many people, and on the last day of Deaf Awareness Week too!
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ClearMask Sep 21
It's International Week of the Deaf! The ClearMask helps remove communication barriers and bring accessibility to deaf and hard of hearing communities around the world 🤟
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BBC Newsround May 7
It is so we’ve been speaking to deaf kids to hear how they'd like people to speak to them. Read more here:
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